As a part of the process for Australian citizenship by conferral, you may need to have an interview and sit the citizenship test.
Most applicants for citizenship by conferral aged between 18 and 59 years at the time of application need to have an interview and sit the citizenship test.
The test assesses your English language skills and what you know about Australia and Australian citizenship.
Applicants aged 17 and under and those who are 60 and over at the time of application do not need to sit the test.
Important information: From 15 November 2020, the Australian citizenship test will be updated. The updates include revised citizenship test questions and new test questions on Australian values. See
Prepare for the test